Your Guide to the Trendiest Bridal Gowns In 2015

Now you can look chic yet glamorous on your special day

Whether it’s a cascading tier gown, a blush gown or a midriff baring gown- you can expect truly unique and contemporary designs in 2015. Here are top 8 gowns that will help you follow your dream style yet look modishly stunning.

Be Bold – Off the shoulder neckline 

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Either be bold and opt for sleeveless or add a romantic touch to your gown with off the shoulder neckline. This sweet neckline dress from Rosa Clara accentuates your shoulders and looks utterly gorgeous.

Be Elegant – Full Sleeved 

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Contrary to the first style, designers like Ellis Bridal have opted for a more elegant and classy look by featuring full sleeved gowns. Being in the Middle East, this is perfect for staying trendy yet modest.

Be Classy – Minimalist 

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Image 3Staying true to the saying, ‘less is more,’ designers such as Justin Alexander have chosen clean cuts for Spring Summer 2015. It gives a pristine silhouette and is perfect for brides who want to stay stylish yet comfortable on their big day.

Be Different – Choose a Colour

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Image 4Gone are the days when you had to abide by the tradition and wear a white gown on your wedding day. This year, designers like David Tutera, and Sophia Tolli have added soft colours like blush, blue and mint to their collection.

Be Feminine – Tulle Gowns 

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Image 5We all love Carrie Bradshaw’s girly tulle look and this season tulle made a major appearance. Rosa Clara added more depth and style to this fabric by adding gorgeous cutouts and cascading layers to it.

Be Glamorous – V Neck 

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Image 6Another most applauded style this year is the amazing Deep V neck dresses. The super-glam V-neck from Allure Brides adds a modern and elongating silhouette to the gown and looks dazzling.

Be Royal – Capes

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Lastly, feel regal on your special day as designers at BFW introduces caped gowns for 2015. This style is best to cover up or make your entrance more dramatic and extravagant.

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